When self-preparing your taxes and filing electronically, you must sign and validate your electronic tax return by entering your prior-year Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) or your prior-year Self-Select PIN.
Using an electronic filing PIN is no longer an option.
Validating data is an important part of Open Street Map: having experienced volunteers check OSM data to make sure it is complete, accurate and thorough.
OSM has valuable resources including the mapping data and more importantly the volunteers who spend time updating and improving it.
Generally, tax software automatically enters the information for returning customers.
If you are using a software product for the first time, you may have to enter the information yourself.
Shouldn't we all be doing all of the things listed in Stage 1 validating when we do the initial mapping?
In an ideal mapping scenario the contributor follows the instructions and maps the the tile perfectly. If you are validating and find some mistakes it is best to provide feedback to the mapper using the comment section in the Tasking Manager.
This wiki contains many resources to aid in this process.
Please note: CTAs are Java Script snippets that redirect to your destination URL.
Since the link to the destination is not present in the body HTML of the page, Google’s crawlers will not detect it as an internal link.
The selected buildings are added to the current selection.
Note clear the selection first then use the todo plugin to go through the duplicated buildings.